As organizations look to accelerate their speed to market and partnership capabilities, there is a growing realization that high-velocity organizations focus on enabling continuous flow through an end-to-end value chain rather than focusing on optimizing silos. This concept is a key theme of DevOps as well as the newly published ITIL 4 Value Chain as it moves from an individual process perspective to an integrated value co-creation.
However, most if not all IT organizations struggle with a silo mentality around culture, processes, and tools. Centers of excellence too often become the center of isolation further entrenching stand-alone processes and critical data in significantly impeding the goals of speed to market and digital transformation.
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Watch our webinar to learn how to accelerate your Atlassian Cloud journey. At Blended Perspectives, we regularly perform much more complex migrations: supported and unsupported apps, custom workarounds, data clean up, and of course, finally getting you to the cloud. If you’re considering migrating to Cloud, you’ll be able to learn from our experience including tips and tricks.
There are 159,000 customers using Atlassian and this Marketplace category is the fifth largest – find out what’s hot and trending. Make more informed decisions with fact-based, objective analysis from Blended Perspectives.
With the advent of ITIL 4 more than ever, IT Support teams and Development teams are coming together to create value. This is being further propelled by research on the state of development from Atlassian who interviewed 2182 developers. 59% of teams operate “You Build It You Run It” models and its the big trend in development. We will further discuss these trends, as well as the challenge it poses for siloed enterprise processes and tools. George and I will recap integration use cases between IT support and ITIL processes and development teams further identifying winning strategies for creating value in organizations.
This webinar will cover all the essentials of what makes a world-class PPM in terms of processes and tools. By architecting Jira and Confluence with a range of additional apps we can show how real-time consolidated reporting can be achieved reducing integration costs and complexity, huge savings in PM administrative time, improving tactical team performance and a range of other benefits.
Watch our webinar to learn about the Blended GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) solution based on the Atlassian Jira and Confluence platforms. Synthesis GRC includes full functionality including risk management, compliance functionality, control management, extensive reporting, audit support and self service portals for compliance and security attestations.
Join us for a review of portal technologies for Atlassian-based environments, answering what can be a surprisingly tricky question: how role-workers can get into context to work.
Jira & Confluence are the platforms of choice for over 60,000 organizations. Worldwide, millions of knowledge workers use customized Atlassian workspaces tailored to their departmental and teams’ needs.
Watch this webinar if you’re considering migrating to Cloud to learn from our experience.At Blended Perspectives, we regularly perform much more complex migrations: supported and unsupported apps, custom workarounds, data clean up, and of course, finally getting you to the cloud.
We recently ran a webinar on Portal apps for Jira and Confluence. Portal apps can be key to bringing context to work for role-workers and helping individuals feel a sense of orientation, especially in large corporate settings. Here’s a recap of all of the main points from the webinar:
Who are the movers and shakers, a special segment on Appfire, and the implications for customers and vendors? This webinar will cover all major categories of the marketplace including category leaders, analysis of free vs. paid, the most interesting use cases. We will be highlighting fast-moving categories and apps which will help organizations understand better how best to leverage their Atlassian investment.
It’s been a while since we covered planning but it was one of our most successful webinars. So we’re gonna give you an update. There been a lot of developments in the category. The most notable being Jira Work Management. We will be doing a comprehensive review of JWM and it’s role vs. 3rd party planning apps. We have some interesting conclusions which suggest a powerful combination of both JWM and heavy-weight planning apps is the best strategy. We will also cover the latest developments in Jira Align.